Training, maintaining, conditioning and/or rehabilitating your airflares for longevity. Part 1 is the setup of the g-force airflare machine and getting started with basic airflare movements.

Go to intro & faqs guide,
flares guide —part 1, part 2, (coming soon)
airflares guide — part 2 (coming soon)

G-force powermoves machine airflare compilation.

Stats — Gender: male, age: 34, height: ~5'11" / ~180 cm, weight: 155 lbs / 70.31 kg

Airflare (powermoves) machine setup

The final setup will look similar to this.

The following “warnings, don’ts. and things to keep in mind” are taken from the gforce powermoves manual

Warnings


Training, maintaining, conditioning and/or rehabilitating your flares for longevity. Part 1 is the setup of the g-force flare machine and getting started with basic flare movements.

Go to intro & faqs guide,
flares guide — part 2, (coming soon tbd)
airflares guide — part 1, — part 2 (coming soon tbd)

What you will be learning, the move is performed counter-clockwise.

Stats — Gender: male, age: 34, height: ~5'11" / ~180 cm, weight: 155 lbs / 70.31 kg

Why use the gravity force flare machine?

It allows you to build coordination and strength, the g-force machine lets you focus on the technique to maintain the angular speed…


Introduction & FAQs with the gravity force training machines. (*The guides are combinations of paraphrased g-force manual information [included when you purchase the equipment], expert anecdotal experience and personal experience.)

This iterative guide is aimed at training, maintaining & rehabilitating your body for the longevity of your powermoves. The knowledge and tips throughout the guides come with over a decade of powermove experience, both personally and from other powermovers through workshops, training together, and battles.

With an aging population of bboys, there are just not enough tips and training techniques spoken in regard to the longevity of certain high-level moves…


HOFs — what are they good for? Composition. We compose smaller functions into bigger functions.

Photo by William Pei Yuan on Unsplash

Ever since watching MPJ’s fun fun function episodes on HOFs, which are very entertaining and awesome to say the least, I have been inspired to write more “functional” JavaScript code. — I will provide links at the end :)

I wanted to include some example code of what I’ve learned, not only about HOFs, but showcase the power of functional programming with JavaScript. I will include a Repl for each HOF we go through, it will also be written in ES6 syntax, es5 syntax will…


Why? because it has helped me further my understanding of frameworks like Reactjs, Vuejs, Preactjs, and others. And it’s a Friday night.

Yum!

We’ve all been there when diving into the latest and greatest javascript framework. All these awesome frameworks aid in solving some high level and complex feature build. The drivers behind these frameworks often times are newer javascript (es6 and above ) techniques that allow tons of optimization and time saved when writing these complex libraries.

The code that I have written here helped me solve issues that deal with apps or sites where there are TOO many cooks (developers and stakeholders) in the same kitchen (usually a corporate or large company, with many teams). …


Using the flickr API, jQuery, AJAX, Masonry, and featherlight lightbox lib.

Preview the live demo, the results will look like image below…

Why am I doing this?

** This tutorial is for those who have HTML, CSS, JavaScript, creating & handling AJAX requests, and jQuery knowledge. **

** Having some knowledge of the masonry library will definitely help you here and your…

William Pei Yuan

Software Engineer @Articulate & Bboy. Passionate @ solving digital and human problems. https://supwill.dev / linkedin.com/in/williampeiyuan/

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